We caught Disgraced last night on Broadway. The play originated in London and was written by British novelist, Ayad Akhtar. I’ll venture an unsubstantiated guess that a few of the lines and references were changed to New Yorkisize it.
The plot centers on Amir (Hari Dhillon who originated the role in London, and like many British actors can do a dead-on American accent). Amir is an American-born corporate attorney of Pakistani-descent. When we first meet him, he appears to have it all – $600 shirts, an apartment with a terrace that many New Yorker’s would kill for, nice things,, and a Continue reading Last Night in the Cheap Seats: Disgraced – On Broadway